Is he now breathing the outside air?

alireza18feb

Songster
Mar 28, 2020
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It has piped externally but is there a gap for the outside air to go inside? I don't know if you can see it in the pic.
These eggs are of high value to me, the breed is not risen in my area, I had a l ong drive to get these eggs, can't afford to lose one.
Last night before I set them out of the Turner I candled the eggs I realized one of them had piped internally.
It's been 12 hours and now that I see an external pip I'm just happy I didn't open the incubator to intervene (safety hole)
Yet I don't know if it's breathing. Can you tell?
 

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yakitori

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Looks fine, that’s how all of mine pipped at first. Just a small crack in the shell :)

Did you mark where the air cell is? It could just be the camera angle, but it looks like it’s pipped a bit further down
 

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